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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

A-4 a OLITICAL. , ? Extrat from the se ech of the Hon. F. H. Elknore, at the 'olumbia di.ner. "I entreat all nay fellow citens, who incline to that tremnendouseng iuof party, power and oppression, a U. States 13ank, to deliberate long; before they yield h a support. Of all the schemes ever itaent ed, to forge fetters for a free people. it is the most insidious; and of all the teau by which the Skauth has been cheated, op pressed, and enslaved, it has been t it mtst eflicient. Its advocates and ifriends, with few and honorable exceptions in publie life, are the supporters of 'I'arillt, Internal Improvements. and nil the Federal here sies which lend to consolidntion, or go to rmr the general Government with despotic powers. I beg your attention, while I trace some of its operations. . No Bank can now be chartered, which will not be a party lnnk. It is the 'Whig' measure, and is intended to put them.a into power, with all their latitudinarian 'amd dangerous pinciples; aud will be so lr...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

-I= Ji~UtV'~ W j cot 50brtfac EDGEFIELD C. 11 THUZnSnAY, NovtmmmEN t 15, 1838. TO OUR PATRONS. We must nain dun our good frieids. The operations of a Printing O.Oice cannot be conducted without Money. and wo are desirus to impress this important truth upon such of our readers as are forgetful of it. Many of our Subscribmers are in arrears to us, and wecarncstly solicit them to liqui date their accounts. Ve would suggest to those who arc disposed to comply with our S- request, that the E xtr:t Court which will sit at this place on the 3rd Mominay of this month, will aflord a tine opportunity.-= Come up) like men, or give your neighbors who design auending, is Power of Attorney, to excte your business fr you. NO'TICE TO SUltS(:lUl1EiS. Some of our Sub-cribers, who are in arrears, have sent us orders to diiscontatue our paler. Thi- is contrary to our usage and our tertms, as published ona the first-column of the first page of our paper. to which we refer tiem . . --' On the :.rd inst. ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

1. Iaa ML ] % " tl tft0 .' , , a -th fir'\IT ' +'. " ." " Nl y"Z tei ir?t!p r.J l Irtt and " O II ae jlte rorII er ' " .Edt prtieot? Pnp (hying td te w . csIiae/ij f g" er'.at that pli o viiaa "d isc lii d : i"; tsk ie tlib bold, un CWPt'O y .Y. or:+i}buopolioa in every rtm....." nt,; b0" lbus- dYa sn:ag linieelf tltef e t the advocated o1 'numerous red Cumpauies,"and dived cditors who agaut, but Many at- hiq,:sc3i ti the fi,-At number of h *,ue -. ir- tronage. We tbiuk .Aim Aw" W,: of o al has elf IVe b1t11 bt " ':. blo u l a of dOdi'y i6."4 .. " Ilywing inmet G W 1ua.41rd"t duCtQt4".; T.r y pre f4 ba of erlabne to the pntronnge niid pn p tt gdygrotte ppblic to a ter, pa. 1 - tdo :tt 1a 4 j 1 la v ant fna . (*e* ~~t ee JQItie.oig yUivaeats, ;ha o no w ieti'Wgoo&aI 0oundcurreflc , **oulo a u g gt thin1It woqit! be. rbe eeml "onik. ?4lZe us en-, t ny.toald:a , e'i iujpgtho Ex trjsessiol "of our Cor,. soamo ~,nesttes in furth~erance. . Aidqtirale pbjectr;A &hwEe iNT. ~.COT'TON...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

"sa ;p t'' " "1 L. 1 ' -.h 1" tV a I . - c ;- -the i " ' jo Ink "Y" CSI was. iukNk's t 'Wesel eai "tip .. W r" , ura Y :;? t eoulcibe ueed 1 rJ er ., fu Or. 4tivre " il+i c ti ari luul ht 12e R: eilh r .et' on bb . tart e 9! m ed forth the bevieiag6{ lnitytl repres ,uted. This ""R> pja ee of ort becal ;verb iodfi' ai)opu. f + _ Y, y inr as z)t?3! a!?tt, '; ce ttit6'e i4 u )t y y' fi Y'4 t4+ eeti 1. s..rQud ?a ti: - N factioa'for.rtt ". *urnsleyt - delnnui: wd'Cold :oat !:npreh bnd: d . ;. therefore c8rihui ieyteiii s. wii8 es)kan pns ,_ sos.ioit bfib : eotne isjtirit uuyeeo sad un known. As ,the. dttridittg, {ins titvecnli hods ++ .. " od nod, Massa t/tit t at 1 ' bas l6allik hee et u ' ttie airiver. ""it Sri i . ' ": ' _. " ..... R'% _ !7: . :""' '- _- "''.:]RA__.u _ ., 47, Wr ir " ,irr'.-3r 7''' ];t :t N' P . .^,f " .tr ."" , JJ ff "Y" 7 ," t .. L n iri l ,y1 1 . I_ fl 1-4 Vii:. 1 ., [ , f ' ,'tx"i- 1.- ".., ; . vri fl..iT, ,. I1.1 men, frtaf c opha1 CnrQD 1"C .L i' given. ses ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

I LOV E THE SEA., BY MuSS U HRN . wArSaMMv. I love the Sea,. .rue bills sue 'ree, The roar of its [nighty mningtre;sy ; The l'oam ot its waves, That madly raves, Ls the dearestliight my bosom craves. * ft - With thee. my hark, O'er the waters dark, With the su~unse:r naon or course to mark; Hiow proud we ride, O'er the dancing tide, While the white roamu laves thy.heaving side. We cat our way Thro' the shmting spray, While the crowding blilows round us lay; And our shouts of giee, 'Rung wild and free, " ~ -Onl the mignty waste of the boundless sea. The mariner's dirge, Is thJ sounding -surge, . As itlings his knehl on toe grave s darierge; And mns lust long sleep, In the qulier deep, Is as calm as when willows o'er hinm weep. I love the sen, The blue, the free, And the roar o ts aiglty ntminstrelsy; Where ta wnd waves roam, ['s their caps of Foam, The mariner finlds his chosen h tomae. Then spread thy wing. Tho bounding thin. And far o'er the waves like a sea gull spring; Our trast ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

f r fQ w a } N S C ,t v S i Yap. y 3 ~- , 1 Y til ^tii ),ti 4/?A r iy yh" ; , f IIII "tiJ" 1?"> " . ', f. 11 r ." I.r; . . ,jam>K tTt t Y . f. t I, i 1 1 " eI"f j 4' at 1 ti1: L 4 I f""T ... 1 t I. ',. ' I. 1 nl' 3 '9 i , ,r' .. - t ti ; o J YI.f'.1: "1 . - 't.'. , Ir v* E ,Editor. wa. will cling t0 ' ar liberties, "y '"tl ' and if 'it 'roa t (U ,re i rgl. * ;' tl* i Y VOLVIVM a. .The 'sdgefeld Adveruhser, 15 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSI)AY MORNING. TEEM..--Three Dollars per annum if paid in advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date -of Subscription.--and Four Dollars if a. la within Six Months. Subscribers out of the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received tor less than one year, and no'paper discontinued u.til all arrearages are paid,4xcept at the option of the Editor. All subsciptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming r...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

E "We will cling to tie pillars or of our liberties, and if it must fall we will peru a ruins." VDOEI 3D .. H" (0. (J.1 lea " asIas. VOLUME 3. The Edgefged Advertiser, IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDlA Y MORNING. TERM-.-Three Dollars per annum if paid an advance,-Three Dollars and Fifty Cents if paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribersoutof the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received tor less than one year, and no paper discontinued u.ttil all arrearages are paid,4except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered, at the end of the year. Any person procuring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the same. shall receive the sixth copy gratis. ADVRTISKnN Ts conspicuously inserted at 69.1cents per square, for the first insertion, and 431 cents for each continuance. Advertisements not having the number of insertions marked on ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

POLITICAL. Extract from the spech of the Hon. F. Ii. Elnore, at the Columbia dinner. "I eutreat all my follow citizest, who incline to that tremendonsengine of party, plower and oppression, a U. Stutos pank. to deliberate long; before they yield it a support. Of all the schemes ever int ent ed, to forge fetters for a free dpeople, it is the most insidions; and of ail the mean-. by which the South has heen cheated, op pressed, and enslaved, it has been the most - eflicient. Its advocntes nil ri'ndswith few and honorable exceptions ins pisubli life, are the supporters of 'arills, Iitern:al Imtprovemtents.- nid all the Federal !sere sies which lead to consolidsmion, or go to arts the general G:over titent with despotic powers. I beg yone attention, while I trace some of its operations. No laink ca now he chartered, which will not te a piarty Banak. It is the 'Whi:g measure, and is inteniled to put them into p'owe'r, with all their latiinarian ad anngerous pinciples;and will be so fim.e...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

Ebe 50Mettier. EDGEFIE LD C. I1 TRaSDAY. NOVEMtBEa 15, 1838. TO OUR PATRONS. We must ngnin duna four good friends. The operations of a Printing OJice cannot be conducted twilhout Money, _and we are desirons to impress this important truth upon such of our renders as are forgetful of it. Many of our Sul)scribers nre in arrears to u4, and we earnestl ,velicit ite to liqui date their ac:uttts 'e would suggest to those Who are disposed to comply with our reqest, that the Extra Conrt which will sit at this place on the 3rd Monday of this month, will afford a fino opportunil . Come up like men, or give your neighbors who design attending, as Power of Attornei, to execute your business for vinal. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEi-iRs. Some of our Subscribers, wlolre in arrears, have sent ns orders to discontinue our paper. This is contrary to our usage and our terms, as publbshed on the first column of the first page of our paper, to which we refer them On the 3rd inst. Adam Tnlor was shot in this Dist...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 November 1838

I LOVE THE SEA. SV MISs CATHAtINE H. WAr EtAN. I love the ,en. The blue the tree, The roar of its mighty minstrelsy ; The i'Oil et i's waves, That madly raves, Is the dearest sight my busum craves. With thee. my hark, O'er the wat"rs dar-k, With the sunmmer moon our course to mark; How proud we ride, O'er the dancing tide, While the white loam lives thy heaving side. We cut our way 'T'hro' the shing spray While the crowding bliws round us lay; Asad our shouts of giee, Ruing wild and lief, On the mighty waste of the boundless sea. The mariner's dirge, Is thy: sounding surge, As it rings his knell on tWe grave's dark verge; And his last long steep, In the siiet deep, Is as cat as whent wiliovs o'er him weep. I love the sea, The blue, the free. And the roar o. its maiaty intstrelsy; WVhere the wit! waves roam, in their caps of plnm. The mariner itads his chosen hte. Theta spread thy wing. Thou honudItisg thiin_* And far o'er the waves like AL sea gull spring; Our triest on high. In the...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 November 1838

1".ABORIDE, Editor. "We will cling to the pillars of the p o ourib and if it must fall we will perish a it t e ruins." PUB LESI E D W EE I EY. VOLIUNE 3. E. . . eve __-_ O . 42. The Edgefleld Advertiscr, IS PtUiLIStltlin EVERY TIILUItSD \Y MORNING. TE R M.-Three Dollars per ammin if paid fn advance.--Three Dollars and Fifty Cents it paid before' the expiration of' Six \lonths erons the date of Subsmcription.-and Fonmr Dollars if not 'raid within Six l onths. Subscribersontof the Atate are required Ito pay in adratnc'. No hub"ription receiv.-l for I-s than our year und no pemler discomntinued n.itil all :arrerases aro paid, except at the option of the l.ditor. All stmbscriptio:es will be eontinued nuless ortletwise ordere 1, at the end of the year. Anly person procuring live Subscribers and beetning reslponsible tor the sate. saltl receive The sixths copy grali'. Anvu'arISFM F4TS ConmspinneomslV inserted at 642 Cecntsi per square. for the first insertin and 431 cents ir --ach cnemiti...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 November 1838

Foreign. Fron the Burlington 'rec Press, Nov. G. CANADA WAR RENFAWED. We have to announne the- following important and thrilling imnelbgence that the Canadian population is again in t uans. resolved to strike aM alw for freedom The tew's by last night's buat is. that am general and simaultaneuu- rising of the l'ren h population on this sil' l' the St. Lawrence htas taken plaee. and that severail small . posts hid fallen into their hands: they hat made prisoners of thesohliers -<tutioned at .Nalerville, nud secared a considerable unottat of' arms and attunition St. Johns. it was believed. woumi be nt. tacked lost night by it strong force, estima:a ted at seven or eight thaitatd. The ut most consternation prevailed am St. John's yesterday, nnl every aea s was pumt ma requisition for the em2ermency. (Ca pt price's sloop, the l)aiel Webi.ster, w e tiff deranl was not permtitel to leave the port. Several of om estizenms n en down last er , ing. 'his intoveam ent is sail to he healed l...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 November 1838

From the Missouri Daily Argus. The !idlewmjr alarming miuelligenace is derived from a letter addressed to the cdi tors, under dam:te of ELK heans, Oct. 22nd 1S38. "The aMormon war is still progresing. The Alormons are still extendmin their ra - ages over the country. Our Generals think it unusess~ary to act, as in aeting officially, they coaul ofrly, I thmik, do noth ing. No pevaon have teen under arims in Davies county since the Carrol county war. The Maorimons have in addition to what you have already heard. burnt the post ulice in Imties county. and another store, together with a village called .lMill port, and say they have taken $30,u0O worth of property from the citizens up to last'Saturday night. And have challenged Ray county, that they are now ready for her, that hta ing taken arms awl maga zines enough from the Davies citizens to supply all their deficiency in that line, they cannot be whipped. They have threatened to burn Elk hlorn and Bunkum. A company of men raised by o...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 November 1838

AMERICAN ]OTEL. H AMBURG, S. C. T IIE Subscriber 'akes arent pleaiure it, in t'orntng his 'riends & the pttlie .en,"r-I lv that he ua 1a0o penled hilar.-4 natIII eonaaatadataianas Ioine,. nud will be verv thanittl to hlaem ir a liberalshare of their iatronittee. Lie tlatter- hma. selt' tat fromn the exier'ence of t'he lady who lair charge of tie dunaes'- ail tairsN of the I'itnse. also his Servants aid lI iosters. toweeha"rwith hi< own will and dipeiosition to Jaeae. that nrarral satis'action may be given. 1'h-- sate :ion at the' lIotte nitiarde a eoue tiee.partinharlydeirta ble to porson Wilo taay have busin".' to att:-:ni to, or who anny wish tro t:aak th-- Rail Iio:l Car for Charleston: anl hi- Staet lot.' art laira nand well prepared I'ir the aeroatu.ubit'ion of <;, r Ie nien who may have Stock foar :le. G. W. 3MAYON. Oct. 24, 1p:3 t' :N N E I ( O )D S. T Ill Subscriber: ar rr.eceiving and T openin2 theirfldi and winter suply ofvli goods which Ins ye been slected with ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 November 1838

We will clip; to the pillars of the temple of our liberties, 'U L A II O R D :E i d ito r. P J L S E V ' I k y and if it must fall we will perish amidst the ruins." VOL UiIE 3 ED(.E UI'ED C. II. (S. C.) NeVet ber 29, 1N38. _ _ N O .A . The *EdgelicII Advert iser, is ruma i.ilii l":t EVERY TIIURSD1 XY MORNiNG. 'iE R.1 ,. -rtro D~olilars per antstif idjns Ii advansce. -ThIree ollars and illy ('tinis if' patid before' thei eiisirstsso of Six M onthis from the date of' gab-crsiti.-aniid tor llaisrs if hnot itai weihint Se i ol o s. Siss'iiisrs out of' th Stite :ires reqmiiresd to pay is . l.rnss. ~iii l no f.:ep'-r iiiscsoiti,,icd u il till :srress5 sare raid, exceptsat tie option of' the llhitoi. All ti ip, e~ illhe h o etiiiiiesl iile.., otheriwiseo srsiess. ait the end ofi tiseya 1s'. A isv pesrsons prusesiriss f'ive 'ieba'istt :musii lbi''iini5 responisile for the s'iante. shllushe r''ice Vile sixth copy A'talis. A1t F'iItsi.:ME': Ti Ciisl~jieaslsssi iniri."'i lit L 6-21eitsq tiar :...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 November 1838

POLITICAL. Fre A8M*,& irnan. EcoroNt AND Ri cutwr5T.-It is due to tie present Federal Asitnittistratiot, and ts party, that we give thems an hon est, ansi hearty support, so long as they are true to the great question at Issue,& the im portant, imlperishable Riepubliean prmn cipjles generahy, s.et forth in the esntralble Republican Addressl their members of Congress, at the close of the Inst session. s5 long us they are true to those princi ph-s; n will be true to thetm,-through good reporet. and trough ill retort-pros perity, or mtversity-and so long, only. in this we have no choice-no saie or honor able alternative. ly these principles, we of the south, must *-stand , or fall,~ sink. or swacin, survive. or perish." We have no other hope of satyi, honor, happiness, or prnpcrity-no other refuge fiosa dishonor and degradatio, onppresin, pioverty, ex te "msination. '1'o. others-the tujority tlhe Constitution, which involves these irinciples, ii as nothing, except as an im pett...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 November 1838

EDGEFIELD 0. 11 TuUasDAY. NuyiJteta 29, d'Sd. The Legislatute of South Carolina assem bled, at Cuitmbia, on tte 2ut iust. In the Se nate, Puir.ck Noble, of Abbeville, was re-elect ~ ' ed President, without opposition. In the House of depresentatives, Uttvid L. Wardluw, of Ab beville, was re-elected Speaker, also without op position. . Early Cold Weather.-On the 27th inst. the thermometer stood at 27 degrees, shortly after sun-rise, at this place. We commend to the uttentiot of our readers, the resolutions of the Merchants of dus place. They have our hearty approval. We .cope sleat the merchants of Hamburg, and the country generallv, will ce.-operate with thema. We a;so hope that the planters who carry cotton to Ham burg aid Augusta, will refuse to take o..e dollar of the ieorgia shitn plaster curres.cy. II they are compele d to receive a simai utou.t of it in change, they case easily return the Iills toAn gusta, and exchan e thema for larger no'tes. It is certainly a reflection ipon...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 29 November 1838

Miscellauncons. From thi Macon Tsegraph. PsystoLocrcAb, Pin.:NomEsoY '--A Snake an'iu--A correspmienlt i. thei uuon try hut, furnished uts wvith the fl'ilIwing ne' corntofan inlividu:al, hv the n1:11Ile of ioh ert 1. Copeland, who is exhibiinsg him. self though ti'e country. The inets are vouchel by ;1 nmnher olfthe most re-s p"iect able physicians and other persnils in 1e1( ry county: it1'lis most singular being. periaps. has ftelr o ptrallel is smedical history. Ile is niow% nhinnt 26 vers old. of ordinsry asnts r" and intelleet.' isla deurmities nd id physi cal peenhalsritici are owinvg to :n tihi:dit Iis nother received li-sme in larie' Ritlesnsake attempting to hie her, hoi the sixth month of her pregonnev. For several minutes after the snake struc'k at her she believed herself litten just uiitove the n i ele; son so powerfully waivsiher mind alT.ec tel, thia' when she was delivered. the child's will was l'ui'm to heave ti conrail over his s ilght arm ani right Ie::; n% hiebh a...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 6 December 1838

M.LBOD, "os.We will cling toethe p 144 t4inple or our liberties, and if it must fall we wiiidst the ruins." LIRED WEEKLY. VOL UME 30 EDGEPRELD 0. l. er 6, g83* - NO.4AA The Edgeteld Adverthier, 1S PUnLISHIED EVERY TIHUltSD-%Y MORNING. TERM :4.-Three Dollars per annum ifpaid an advance.-Three Dollari and Filly Cents ir paid before the expiration of Six Ilonths from the date or Subscrption.-and Four Dollars if not paid within Six Months. Subscribers ontor the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received to less than one year, and no paper discontinued n.atil all arrearages _re paid. except at the option of the Editor. All subscriptionis will be continued -nnleas otherwise orderef, at the end of the year. Any person. proctiring five Subscribers and becoming responsible for the-same. shall receive 3he sixth copy gratis. ADvCRTISKMENTS conspicuously inserted at 1% 024 cents per square; for the first insertion. and 431 cents for each continanuce. At vertiRenents not havi...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 6 December 1838

FeUoiw Citizens the Senate, and Howe 0presentatives. Since your last meeting, we have had reason to be grateftil for many blessings of a kind Providence. With one unfortu nate exceptiol, every quarter of tihe State has been favored with an unusual share of health; and the industry of her citizens in the cnlture of the soil is rewarded, if not -with an overflowing harvest, with enough at least to iatisfy their reasonable desires. in the distress and embarrassments of I lie past, it is to be hoped they have learned a lesson of-ugality and prudend' r the future. To husband with econ'only and enjoy wit h moderation. isthe best return we can make to the dispenser or good for the favours which his wisdom has -onlerred. - ~ When we were lately convened under these walls,the hand of aflction was heavy upon us. Enterprise was palsied,commerce was prostrated, tie circulation, the life blood of coninmerce, was tainted with in security anti disorder. Our agricultural interests felt deeply the g...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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